A Day to Remember

A Day to Remember (1953)

Based on The Hand and the Flower, a novel by Jerrard Tickell, A Day to Remember stars Stanley Holloway as Charley Porter, captain of London darts team. When the team travels to the French town of Boulogne for the annual darts tournament, a good time is had by all--and more besides. Jim Carver one of the team's members, is reunited with a little French girl he'd befriended during the war, who has now developed into a beautiful young woman. And Fred Collins makes a poignant journey to the hotel where he'd honeymooned with his late wife. The film works best as a low-key comedy-drama; it is least successful when it ventures into O. Henry territory and strains for "surprise" story twists. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Writing:
  • Robin Estridge
Directing:
  • Ralph Thomas
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  • Release Date: 1953-11-10
  • Language: English
  • Country: GB
  • Runtime: 92

James Hayter

Fred Collins

Stanley Holloway

Charley Porter

Donald Sinden

Jim Carver

Joan Rice

Vera Mitchell

Odile Versois

Martine Berthier

Harry Fowler

Stan Harvey

Edward Chapman

Mr. Robinson

Bill Owen

Shorty Sharpe

Meredith Edwards

Bert Tripp

George Coulouris

Foreign Legion Captain

Thora Hird

Mrs. Trott

Theodore Bikel

Henri Dubot

Brenda De Banzie

Mrs. Collins

Peter Jones

Percy Goodall

Georgette Anys

Jeanne Sautet (uncredited)

Jacques Cey

Maurice (uncredited)

Cyril Chamberlain

Boarding Card Official on Ferry

Germaine Delbat

Madame Berthier (uncredited)

Shirley Eaton

Young Woman on Ferry (uncredited)

Judith Furse

Lady in Charge of Party (uncredited)

Deryck Guyler

Angry Man in Ferry Queue (uncredited)

Victor Harrington

Gent on Hampton Court Trip (uncredited)

Harold Lang

Stan's Accomplice (uncredited)

Robert le Béal

Monsieur Berthier (uncredited)

Lisa Lee

Waitress (uncredited)

Andreas Malandrinos

French Café Owner (uncredited)

Hal Osmond

Large Lady's Husband

Marianne Stone

Doreen, Shorty's Girlfriend (uncredited)
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